Argomento: Stati Uniti
 

Occupy! I movimenti nella crisi globale

a cura di ANNA CURCIO e GIGI ROGGERO

Tra eurocrisi e crisi globale: allargare l’inquadratura

di RAFFAELE SCIORTINO

A partire dalla scorsa estate la crisi globale ha investito pesantemente i debiti sovrani europei e l’Italia.

Occupy Wall Street: Carnival Against Capital? Carnivalesque as Protest Sensibility

by CLAIRE TANCONS

While some commentators and journalists have dismissed Occupy Wall Street as carnival, lawmakers and police officers did not miss the point.

Django, a arte pós-colonial de Tarantino

1. Ni olvido ni perdòn. Nem esquecimento nem perdão. Era um slogan político na Argentina dos anos 1970, dirigido contra os militares responsáveis pelo golpe de 1955, que depôs o governo democrático de Perón. O slogan pode ser útil pra compreender o sentido difundido por Django livre a respeito da escravidão e seu papel na história dos Estados Unidos: é impossível esquecer, é impossível perdoar.

OWS: Occupy Everything

di PAOLO CARPIGNANO

Forse era nell’aria: l’aria di primavera dei paesi arabi, o l’aria della Puerta del Sol di Madrid, o del Rothchild Boulevard di Tel Aviv, tutti avvenimenti che presagivano un anno caldo a livello globale.

Usa e Germania nella crisi globale

di NICOLA CASALE e RAFFAELE SCIORTINO

Insolvent Workers of the World

Intervista ad ANDREW ROSS – di ANNA CURCIO e GIGI ROGGERO

Can’t Pay, Won’t Pay, Don’t Pay. Già in questo slogan – lanciato dalla campagna “Occupy Student Debt” – c’è tutta o quasi la potenza di Occupy Wall Street (OWS):

Phase Two: Occupy Wall Street on November 17

by JASON READ

Even if it were to disappear tomorrow, Occupy Wall Street would have already scored a massive victory. It has fundamentally altered one of the dominant narratives that underlies the majority political and economic thought in this country

What is Occupy Wall Street? The history of leaderless movements

by HEATHER GAUTNEY

Occupy Wall Street has arrived. Facebook is all-aflutter, and Twitter is all-atweeter, as news of “occupations” and clashes with the powers-that-be spread like wildfire around the country.

Da che parte stai? Il sindacato dei trasporti con Occupy Wall Street

Intervista a STEVE DOWNS (Transit Workers Union di New York)

di ANNA CURCIO e GIGI ROGGERO

The Economy and Its Limits

di ALEX GOUREVITCH

John Stuart Mill once argued that “the laws and conditions of the Production of wealth partake of the character of physical truths,” while on the other hand “the distribution of wealth…depends on the laws and customs of society.”

The Debt-deal, or, the Chickens of Third-Way New Democracy Come Home to Roost

by ALEX GOUREVITCH

Readers know the details: $1 trillion cuts, $1.5 more through a supercommittee with a trigger if they can’t agree, and the further possibility, by the end of 2012, that the Bush tax cuts for the wealthy sunset.

Obama dopo Osama

di RAFFAELE SCIORTINO

Il discorso di Obama del 19 maggio sul Medio Oriente[1] – a due anni da quello programmatico del Cairo – è utile per fare il punto della politica estera statunitense all’indomani dell’eliminazione di Osama bin Laden e nel mezzo dell’aggressione alla Libia.

For What We Will: May Day in Portland Maine

by NIGEL STEVENS

As we made a few last minute preparations that morning, everything felt so wonderfully familiar; it was like returning home